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The Batchelor Pad show for Thursday April 5th 2012

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The NFL Draft is just around the corner and everyone knows about Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Trent Richardson among other top prospects from other NCAA Division 1 Powerhouses but what about those who fly under the radar that are just as talented yet not as known especially those who excelled at History Black Colleges and Unviversities? We will find out which HBCU Prospects have a great chance to move up in the draft and some that have the potential to be a steal for some teams with Taber J Small who writes a weekly scouting report on some of the nations top Black College Football NFL Draft prospects and of the Black College Football All Star Game. 
Now that the College basketball season is over, who had the better tournament, the men or women? Who was more dominant in winning the National Championship Kentucky or Baylor and where does Baylor's undefeated season compare with other undefeated women's basketball teams like UCONN and Texas and other undefeated teams in sports? We will discuss these topics and others with Richard Kent, college basketball analyst/columnist for Black Athlete Sports Network and other media outlets. 
The Cardinals and Marlins open the baseball season
Sullinger declares for the NBA
NOT SO FAST-Howard still has athletics at their University
NFL hearings for the Saints set for Thursday
Dustin Johnson withdrawals from the Masters with injury/Tiger says he's ready.Lions Fairley arrested on drug charges.Michigan State's Nix suspended following arrest. 
Plus breaking news, updates and great music in between!
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